EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COMMITTEE

The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Committee is responsible for the coordinating and improving the clinical care provided by all levels of pre-hospital providers within TSA-E.

Local Projects Grant (LPG) FY21:

The EMS Committee has voted to purchase Carbon Monoxide Detectors and EMS Wristbands. If you are interested in acquiring either one of these items, please use the links below to submit your request.

NEW: NCTTRAC Honeywell Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector Request

NEW: Texas EMS Wristband Project, Information and Request Page

GETAC UPDATE

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, all meetings will be conducted virtually.

Meeting information has been posted to the GETAC webpage for the following committee meeting.

Emergency medical services committee

3rd Quarter Meeting – TBD

EMS medical directors committee

3rd Quarter Meeting

August 13, 2021

1:00 PM – Virtual

Registration and Public Comment Opportunity

ems education committee

3rd Quarter Meeting

August 20, 2021

9:00 AM – Virtual

Registration and Public Comment Opportunity

 

september, 2021

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committee Chair

KEvin cunningham
972-291-1011
kevin.cunningham@midlothian.tx.us
september 2021 – september 2022

 

Committee Chair Elect

KEvin sandifer
817-279-3586
kevin.sandifer@mansfieldtexas.gov
september 2021 – september 2022

COMMITTEE CHAIR 

Dr. mark gamber and dr. justin northeim 

Committee Responsibilities:

  1. Establish standing agenda items and corresponding responsibilities to address, and document in the committee SOP, the following topics:
    1. Professional Development 
    2. Injury / Illness Prevention and Public Education
    3. Systems Performance Improvement
  2. Provide guidance in the development and review of hospital and pre-hospital assessment tools, regional plans and treatment guidelines, and the Committee SOP
  3. Provide interface with other RAC committees, professional associations appropriate to the service line, and the Governor’s EMS and Trauma Advisory Council (GETAC) and keep members informed on latest developments in prehospital transportation and care.

 

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